Fields of regret

Alice Cooper co-founder and Hall Of Fame inductee Dennis Dunaway answers your questions!

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Fields of regret

Post by scotty » Tue Apr 06, 2021 11:51 pm

Dennis,I’ve read before that during the love it to death sessions fields of regret was revisited. If true,was this a serious attempt at re releasing it,or was it something you guys just ran through as a warm up and it just happened to be recorded? Thank you for the interactions with us fans,it’s already answered so many questions we’ve all had.

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Re: Fields of regret

Post by Dreary » Wed Apr 07, 2021 12:17 am

We had tons of ideas coming and going. I think we considered it but it just didn't stick - likely because we already had "Black Juju" which was in a similar vein. I don't recall actually going for a real updated recording of it. That would have been nice though.

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Re: Fields of regret

Post by steven_crayn » Thu Apr 08, 2021 1:30 am

One of the most interesting things about Fields of Regret is that part of it was reworked on Killer, in fact when it was played live ( for example on the Chicago Underground boot some of which is on the Old School Boxset) you can hear that part of what became the middle instrumental section on Killer.
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